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Best case out there. Comes with gelly key protector BONUS,
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This review is from: iPearl mCover Hard Shell Case with FREE keyboard cover for 15-inch Model A1398 MacBook Pro (with 15.4-inch Retina Display) - CLEAR (Personal Computers)
I've tried the Speck case and liked it but the plastic was cheapy and cracked easy. I wasn't gonna spend another 50 on a stupid plastic case. I came across this and after looking at the reviews decided the 25 bucks was worth the risk. It's very nice. So clear it's not even noticeable. The fact that it's also a stand that lets the air circulate better from the machine and puts the laptop at an angle is something other companies would charge and extra 15 dollars for. I was happy to see a gelly pad included for free in the package. It also has tiny bumps on each of the corners so that when you place the laptop on its top the plastic case will not scratch. This is a very well thought out product and beats the competition imo. It's more value for your dollar. I will order more colors!
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Initial post: Dec 22, 2013 8:59:34 PM PST
J. Hill says:
Don't even think.. just order one.
Just got the Kelly green one for my late 2013 A1398 15 inch rMBP. This is as good as it gets if your a Notre Dame fan. The fit is perfect, lots of protection and you get this lit-up green apple when the computer is open. The key board cover that comes with it fits snug over the keys. Trying to make up my mind if I like the feel of it when typing. I'll give it two weeks and see what happens.
Unrelated: Everything I heard about the rMBP with Mavericks is true. Really dazzling when synced to an iPhone 5s. And yes I assume the NSA will be in iCloud pooping and snooping.
In reply to an earlier post on Dec 19, 2014 3:30:27 PM PST
J. Hill says:
J. Hill update. After a year of use I like the touch of the keys through the protective cover that was included. Just saw a YouTube vid on how to remove, clean and replace MBP keys; if you dump a soft drink on a unprotected key board. Except for the space bar, shift and caps lock it looks fairly easy. The vid mentions that a mac shop would want not want to do it (key cleaning) and would rather replace the whole key board assembly for $300. Don't know if an Apple store would say this is covered under the mac service plan.
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